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wasabi sauce

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Thread Starter 

Hey just tossing it out there,

 

Does anyone have any wasabi sauce recipes?

Recently buffalo wild wings had a wasabi sauce for chicken wings that I thought was amazing. They no longer have it and I would like to make my own.

post #2 of 6
Wasabi (make a paste with water) + mayo + splash of lime juice. I use this at work for an amuse bouche with seared tuna and sweet soy drizzle.

Sweet soy glaze: one lb light brown sugar, two cups soy sauce, two oz lime juice. Bring that to a boil and then thicken with cornstarch mixed with water.
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 

Awesome! Thanks I will have to give that a whirl.

 

 

Soy sauce and sugar always impress haha, I use a Korean bogogi marinade alot.

post #4 of 6
Some fool at work put me in charge of my restaurant tonite! So, I made togarashi seared ahi on a bed of namasu "noodles" with wasabi aioli and sweet soy drizzle and then garnished with micro shiso leaves:



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Originally Posted by Welshrarebit View Post

Some fool at work put me in charge of my restaurant tonite! So, I made togarashi seared ahi on a bed of namasu "noodles" with wasabi aioli and sweet soy drizzle and then garnished with micro shiso leaves:

 

Wow. Sounds like a great flavour combination. When will you be in charge again and I will be over Thumbs Up

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Wow. Sounds like a great flavour combination. When will you be in charge again and I will be over icon14.gif

This is basically a deconstructed seared ahi sashimi.

Togarashi: Japanese version of Cajun spice.

Namasu: Japanese pickled cucumber.

Wasabi aioli: recipe above.

Sweet soy glaze: recipe above.

Shiso leaves: the main flavor for Japanese ume: pickled plums.

I do live in the only state that has a union jack as part of it's flag!
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